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This set features a variety of minifigures that enable children to create and act out beloved fairytales and popular themes. A great addition to any LEGO®brick set, the set includes pirates, a witch and wizard,a king and queen, mine workers, a mermaid and merman and many more. Provides 22 minifigures andgreat accessories for each set of minifigures too!
• LEGO minifigures representing all kinds of fairytale and historic figures and their tools
• Great supplement to any LEGO®System product
Piece count: 227*/
This set enables Primary 1 and 2 students to build and practise mathematical problem-solving competencies. Each set contains the LEGO® elements needed for twostudents. Building materials are contained in a storage bin with sorting tray, organisational stickers, base plates, brick separators and two LEGO® Minifigures, the problem-solvers Max and Mia.
• Use mathematical problem-solving competencies such as making sense of problems, reasoning, perseverance, precision, modeling and representation.
• Explore and practise Maths concepts such as numeracy, operations in base 10, algebraic thinking, measurement, data, geometry and spatial awareness
• Work collaboratively as well as individually
Piece count: 521*/
Build your Power Functions-equipped models bigger, better and more mechanized and motorized by adding this 8-inch (20 cm) extension wire!*/
Add bright LED lights to your models to create glowing eyes, illuminated headlights, and anything else you can imagine and build!*/
Build an extra medium-strength, medium-sized M-Motor into your LEGO creations and watch things start moving!*/
Add an extra XL-Motor to your models! This super-strong motor will give plenty of power to your models, whether it’s spinning a wheel or turning a system of gears. Use the “M” Motor to animate larger builds. Requires battery box (Item 8881), not included.*/
If you’re buying your first set of Rory’s Story Cubes®, this is the pack for you. Roll the nine cubes to make one of over a million combinations, for limitless storytelling fun. As our brain thinks in pictures, it will find ways to connect the images allowing us to createour own stories. This cooperative game is definitely an inspiration for students to express their ideas aloud.
• Stimulates creative thinking and innovation
• Increases confidence in expression
• Improves creative writing skills
• Supports 21st Century Competencies byencouraging creativity, communication andcollaboration
• Ideal for PSLE’s Stimulus-based Oral
How to play
Simply take all nine cubes and give them a shake.Roll them.Then, starting with ‘Once upon a time…’ select the icon that catches your eye first.The objective is to tell a story that link together allnine images.And remember – there is no wrong answer!Have fun.
Imagine what would happen if you are in an emergency situation at the hospital. What would the story be like if there had been a sudden radiation explosion or other disaster. Explore the challenges and objects used when treating patients.*/
Do you like Sherlock HoLEGO MINDSTORMS Educations? Get witty stories outfrom the Clues cubes to create investigative storiesor thrilling mysteries for your audience to crack.*/
Fantasy is a mesmerizing theme for children. Fromfairytales to bedtime stories, there are always magicalcreatures like frogs, werewolves and magical objectslike magic wands and mirrors. What would your magicalkingdom be and who would you create in the kingdom?*/
Ever wonder what’s out there in the galaxy? Have you ever dreamt of becoming an astronaut to explore the mysterious and vast world of the universe? Join us on a quest to explore what could be out there in the cosmic universe.*/
Dinosaurs, fossils and cavemen are forever a mystery to us. We can excavate them from the grounds but we won’t be able to know exactly what happened to them. This is a brilliant mix for people to make guesses on their stories and for children to explore and think what could have happen to those prehistoric creatures.*/